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Fun Show Tickets Being Delivered

It’s a sure sign that spring is here.

            Tickets for the Celebration’s Spring Fun Show are being mailed to ticket holders today, according to the Celebration ticket office.

            “All tickets for box seat holders and reserved seat ticket holders are going in the mail today,” said ticket manager Carolyn Reed. “We want to alert our customers so they can be looking for the package from us in their mailboxes.”

            The 33rd Annual Spring Fun Show will be held May 22-24 at the Calsonic Arena on the Celebration Grounds in Shelbyville.

            “The Fun Show has lived up to its name for many years,: remarked Celebration CEO Ron Thomas. “Like other shows, it’s taken a hit in the last couple of years. However, if the early show season is any indication, we should expect a large number of top-quality entries and exciting competition.”

            This year’s Fun Show has 44 classes scheduled over three nights, concluding with the Walking Horse Stallions, Over 15.2, Five Years and Over class. The winner of this class can grab the early-season momentum toward the World Grand Championship.

            Reserved seats are still available for this year’s Fun Show. For ticket information, contact the Celebration ticket office.

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